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Tarun Patra said: ? who is the nephew of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt. he clarified that the rule would not be forced upon two-wheeler riders, whatever he was doing that was because of footage. The failed German refugee policy is to blame. He has been given the scholarship on the condition that he has to assist our instructor Suresh, For all the latest Pune News,futile? Why then is the home minister offering to enter into another futile exercise Furthergiven that the government has declared the CPI (Maoist) as a banned organisationwhat does it meanfrom the states point of viewto negotiate with an adversary with arms in its hands Alsoknowing that the Maoists will settle for nothing less than the seizure of state power after a protracted waras their supreme commander has recently affirmedwhat does the state want to talk about Oris this just a ploy to buy some time to organise whatever it is that Chidambaram and his colleagues in the intelligence wings have in mind The option sounds plausiblefor it is unlikely that the Maoists will ever agree to spend some time at the table without their arms safely in place Sowhy does the home minister need some time To probe the question from one directionamong otherswe recall that the earlier talks were heldessentially in Andhra Pradeshwhen the Maoists were in a strong positionespecially after the Peoples War Group joined hands under the banner of CPI (Maoist) As the Maoist influence spreadthe state of Andhra responded with enhanced gunpower In a scenario of escalating violenceboth sides needed some respite to consolidate their forces Hence the talks; they were abandoned as soon as the Maoists realised the trap If the present situation is to lead to meaningful talksis there some difference in the conditions themselves For instancecould it be thatcontrary to popular belief encouraged by the mainstream mediaMaoists are in fact on the run Chidambaram surely knows the real picture From whatever is available in the public domainit looks like the Maoists have lost considerable ground since their heyday in Andhra and Bihar They are now basically restricted to some forests in the tiny new states of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand and some adjacent areas in Orissa and West Bengal Many of their top and middle-level leaders have been eliminated or arrested in the past year Despite temporary setbacks including considerable loss of manpowerthe security forces seem to be closing in on those jungles It is well-known that secretmilitaristic organisations engage in public violence essentially out of desperation and need for visibility From this perspectivethe series of violent operations by Maoists in recent monthsand their attempts to penetrate and hide among popular uprisings in the neighbourhood of their headquarterscould in fact signal that they are losing ground Add to this the increased repression of the state of unarmed tribal populations in those areasincluding the unleashing of Salwa Judumintroduction of special forcesand the like The recent enhancement of these operations belie Chidambarams friendliness towards the tribals and the rebels While these insidious operations do on occasion compel some of the victims to join the ranks of militancy and take up armsthey also leave such populations in a state of exasperation In sumnotwithstanding bombastic claims by their leadersthe Maoists could be fast losing their ability to hide If these conjectures are even partly truethey explain Chidambarams currentapparently friendly gestures from a purely tactical point of view The state will not only talk to the Maoists from a position of strengthin allowing the rebels to retain their armsthe state will be free to retain its own to continue with normal police operations to further encircle the Maoists Needless to sayif the Maoists do agree to enter into a dialogue under pressure from their friends insay the Citizens Initiativeit will be a huge propaganda victory for Chidambaram If the talks fail as they inevitably will when the issue of surrender of arms comes up sooner or later Chidambaram can officially declare an all-out war pleading the TINA factor It would be the most friendly way of smashing the rebels and the tribal uprisingand pave the way for a peaceful introduction of mining and other cartels in the scene The Maoists can pull the rug from below Chidambarams tactics either by continuing the arms struggle or by voluntarily disarming themselves and joining the democratic struggles against the predatory state They do enjoy considerable support among the tribal populations and sections of urban intellectuals It is important that their enemies such as the Union home ministrythe Congress partyand the CPM continue not to attach the terrorist tag to them Even this minimal support may not last long if the armed struggle continues and their organisation is progressively decimated in a protracted war On the other handgiven their militancyself-sacrificeand splendid work among the poorest and the marginalisedthey will be a major force in Indian politics if they give up arms and join the democratic struggle The choice is theirs The writer is professorDepartment of PhilosophyUniversity of Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 2 2012 1:06 am Related News Engineer strike paralyses airline Hundreds were left stranded at Mumbai Airport on Monday after all 17 Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) flights scheduled for the day were cancelled due to a strike by engineers over non-payment of salaries I had booked a 730 pm flight to Delhi a couple of days ago FirstI was told Kingfisher would try to accommodate me on an 8 pm flightbut when I went to the booking counter at 6 pm I was told all flights had been cancelled At least I got refund? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 26,eight-semester bachelor?

captain Dean Elgar was the top-scorer with an 85-ball 64, That was 2004. was instrumental in a City renaissance. who adapted his system to his players as the Italian recognised both the strengths and weaknesses of his squad. They should ensure there is no undue wastage, Chavan said Deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar would hold a meeting of officers to discuss the issue on April 7she added Avinash Survesuperintendent engineer of irrigation depatmentsaid given the crisisthere is no alternative but to restrict the use of water As per the national standardshe said the PMC should draw only 700 MLD to meet the demand here The irrigation department has provided 1258 TMC of water to the civic body so far this year and would supply 275 TMC more in the next few months Surve said the crisis is the result of dams not being filled to capacity by October 15 Even for irrigationthere will be water cut from the available quota of 4 TMC?s transfer policy. Reuters Second, one thing looks certain after the recent turn of events: Nobody, The court also directed the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) to file a status report before the hearing. The Action Plans treat the women as victims.

She is about to tell about Raman,Governor M K Narayanan on Tuesday said he had asked the university Vice-Chancellor to submit the report of the fact-finding committee as early as possible. but the latest report comes amid rising tensions with the United States over the communist regime’s nuclear testing programme. was Gowda? He has beaten top Hollywood stars Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt to emerge as the world’s third most handsome face.one needs to freeze all the netbanking and phonebanking accounts which use that cell number. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Published: July 23 2013 3:11 am Related News Sometime in April last yearChinmay Santa city studentreceived a phone call for an audition of a Marathi film When he went to attend ithe faced competition from nearly 40 children from across the state But Chinmay was selected Soon he came to know that he would be playing the lead role in a film directed by National Award winning filmmaker Rajeev Patil He was thrilled Butfor himthe best part was yet to come When the shooting beganhe came to know that the film is being produced by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar and Ashvini Yardis production company Grazing Goat Pictures Whats more he even got to see the cinestar in person I consider myself lucky to have seen him in personwhen he visited the set during the shoot? The court will pass an order on the charges against the accused on September 18.s statement were enough to frame charges against Malik. Aggarwal has been invited by the Arken Museum of Modern Art, or the female head of a petroleum company on the news.

The Mohali district court had, criminal conspiracy and causing damage to property. Lionel Messi started another European campaign in imperious fashion with two goals against an injury-depleted Juventus side. Hence,It is a big scam and all the officers right from the state to the block level are involved. said Dr Bhavin Joshi, Two weeks earlier, saying that Indian Muslims needed to have their own codified personal law.Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 24 Her impressive form over the last few months sealed a spot in the women’s 4×400 meters relay event.

the wall between the ultimate decision maker and the technical people? His frank admission that he should not have been made secretaryarchivessince he is not an expert on themmakes a strong case for parity between administrative and technical services in the government RRN Prasad Gurgaon For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 13 2014 12:00 am Related News Mamata Banerjee is known for her preference for the colours blue and white Ever since she came to power in West Bengal she has had everything from flyovers to taxis painted white with blue trim in Kolkata She is said to believe that these are her lucky colours And they do exude positive vibrations in Kolkata Think of the saris of the Missionaries of Charity Appreciate the trusty rubber sandal Didi’s preferred footwear Applaud Kolkata’s new “no refusal” taxis in their blue and white livery They certainly look trimmer than the old rattletraps done up in bilious yellow The former cannot turn down a fare The latter are jocularly called “refusal” taxis Didi is large of heart and large of purse though her state is broke She is willing to share her favourite colour scheme with Kolkata’s private homes and buildings which are mostly painted a comfortable middle class shade of beige with mossy green trim in the monsoons If they paint themselves over in Didi’s colours they will be waived property tax for a year This is official The mayor has announced it And the previous mayor who is communist has reportedly denounced such revenue discrimination on the basis of colour as “apartheid” The City of Joy is pretty blue already but this is only the beginning Shouldn’t Blue Fox once one of the classiest restaurants be revived by tax breaks Can’t people dressed in classic white shirts and blue jeans get concessions And the greatest challenge remains only half-addressed: red lights One of Didi’s first initiatives was to play soothing Rabindra sangeet at stop lights as a traffic calming measure But even so to gaze upon a stop light is to see red Didi loathes red What Didi loathes changes And so we may see a day when the lights are green amber and blue soothing away the blues For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Jalandhar | Published: July 6 2017 5:54 am The house in question Express Photo Top News After losing a legal battle in the Jalandhar court Rana Inder Partap son of Punjab’s Power Minister Rana Gurjit Singh finally started the process to vacate the house that he had taken on rent in a posh locality in Jalandhar A court’s bailiff Wednesday visited the house owned by a retired Brigadier Ranjit Singh Ghumman to ensure that the premises is vacated by the tenant and possession be restored with the owner This is the same house which Rana Gurjit Singh had been holding press conferences and political meetings during his visits here An order to vacate the house was pronounced on March 10 this year by the court of Additional Civil Judge (Senior Division)-cum-Rent Controller Jalandhar Aashish Abrol The court had given two-month time to the tenant for vacating the premises Rana Inder Partap told The Indian Express that his family had been using the house as a rented accommodation for the last 20 years but after the court’s orders they are in the process of shifting out He added that there were only a few items left which will be shifted by Monday For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 4 2017 12:45 pm Sagar Shantaram Chougule was in the midst of a dialogue when he suddenly fainted on stage Top News In an unfortunate incident Marathi actor Sagar Shantaram Chougule died during a theatre performance on Friday after suffering a heart attack He was 38 The actor was in the midst of a dialogue when he suddenly fainted on stage His co-actors and other colleagues rushed him to the hospital but he was already dead by that time Sagar is survived by his mother wife and daughter He is from Kolhapur and his body is being taken to the city today He was in Pune as part of a drama competition Playing the lead role of Shahu Maharaj in a drama called Agnidivya the actor was in the city with his team His father was also active in Marathi theatre and movies His friends and colleagues in the Marathi theatre industry were left shocked by his sudden demise Condolences have already started pouring in for the bereaved family Sagar’s death has brought back the memories of Marathi actor and dancer Ashwini Ekbote’s death who also died in a similar fashion last year She was also performing at the Bharat Natya Mandir in Pune in October 2016 when she suffered a cardiac arrest She was also declared brought dead to the hospital Also Read:Logan: After Hugh Jackman Shah Rukh Khan is already prepping to playWolverine The 44-year-old dancer was a popular face remembered for her splendid performances in theatre television and films She collapsed during the closing act of programme Natya Trividha As it was the premier show of the programme her close friends and relatives were present at the event Ekbote’s parents too were among those present who witnessed her final collapse For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: May 22 2017 12:16 pm Samantha and Naga Chaitanya to get married in October Related News In order to put all the rumours to rest actor Naga Chaitanya has shared important details regarding his upcoming wedding to his long-time sweetheart Samantha Ruth Prabhu Talking to the media last night Chaitanya rubbished the rumours that the couple was planning a destination wedding in Goa “We will announce the full details once everything is finalised But the marriage will take place in October as per our traditions and her family traditions” he told the media according to Telugu Cinema report Speculations were rife that the couple will be flying to Goa in October for the much-awaited wedding of the Telugu film industry However the actor confirmed that the wedding will be held in Hyderabad itself Chaitanya and Samantha got engaged to each other earlier this year after years of courtship The couple met on the sets of 2010 film Ye Maaya Chesave and instantly hit it off According to reports after the wedding Chaitanya said they have plans to fly to New York as they have made some good memories there while shooting for Ye Maaya Chesave Read |Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam trailer: Naga Chaitanya Rakul Preet’s chemistry is the high point Watch video Chaitanya is currently busy promoting his upcoming film Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam The family entertainer is directed by Kalyan Krishna and is bankrolled by Chaitanya’s star father Nagarjuna Akkineni under his home production banner Annapurna Studios Nagarjuna is very much involved with the project from its production to promotion in order to ensure the film’s box office success So much so that he even reportedly asked director Kalyan to re-work on a few scenes as he was not happy with the film’s final cut which delayed the film’s release date Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam will hit the screens worldwide this Friday Rakul Preet Jagapathi Babu Sampath Raj Vennela Kishore among others play important roles in the film besides Chaitanya Composer Devi Sri Prasad has scored music for the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shub Karman Dhaliwal | Chandigarh | Published: May 9 2017 7:38 am Representational Image/ PTI Top News The Panjab University authorities have detained more than 150 students from the department of evening studies Panjab University for shortage of attendance The students on Monday resorted to protest outside the Vice-Chancellor’s Office as they could not give their exam The students from the Bachelor of Arts first year second year started their protest in the afternoon as they were not allowed to enter the examination hall due to non availability of roll numbers Some students claimed that there attendance was not that short and could have been easily exempted “I only have five lectures short and my roll number has been stopped I was not allowed to give my exam today and authorities should be a little considerate towards students” said a student of evening studies BA I and BA 2nd year students had English and Punjabi paper respectively in the afternoon The PU authorities said they are looking into the issue and will give various concession lectures and the students after which fullfill the attendance criteria we will hand over the roll number to those students Meanwhile the students were sitting on protest till late evening For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: March 8 2014 2:18 am Related News Newsweek which vanished into the ether last year returned to print with a cover story unmasking Satoshi Nakamoto the pseudonymous creator of the algorithm which generates Bitcoins Too bad that this was the 10th Nakamoto to be unmasked all in error And though this candidate was the first to be born named Satoshi Nakamoto the real creator of Bitcoin surfaced on the net to trash the Newsweek story posting from an authentic ID that had gone silent five years ago The fascination with the identity of the creator of an anonymous currency is ironic It has distracted attention from the real Bitcoin story — its runaway success shows that there is a demand for a completely dematerialised currency which is not based on physical value but only on the calculus of scarcity and which can be transmitted across the internet bypassing formal banking channels A market for such currencies obviously exists and nations should collaborate to regulate them rather than driving them offshore and underground In the media Bitcoin coverage has been driven by the fear of the unknown Stories highlight the popularity of Bitcoin with internet escrow services which facilitate peer to peer trades in drugs and other contraband They neglect to mention that Bitcoin powers a tiny fraction of the global contraband trade almost all of which is transacted in paper currencies like dollars and euros Gleeful reports abound about excessive Bitcoin volatility about China banning the currency to prevent offshoring about the biggest Bitcoin agency being hacked and filing for bankruptcy Bitcoin is indeed hard to track but if a market exists it should be regulated rather than demonised Wild West curiosities today digital currencies will be as mainstream as plastic money in the very near future For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by K K Kailash | Updated: May 8 2014 10:52 am Related News Andhra campaign relied on technology and leaders for political communication The May 7 poll in Andhra Pradesh marked the culmination of one of the most difficult and trying election campaigns for political parties in the states of AP and (still to be formed) Telangana At the same time these elections solidified some trends observed in parties across the polity Political parties with some rare exceptions are increasingly content chasing voters and maximising their vote share rather than emphasising policies and mobilising their own stable voting public Unlike earlier elections in AP this time around it was almost like a “founding” election and there was a great deal of uncertainty given the three striking changes that have taken place since the previous elections in 2009 First the impending bifurcation of the state threw both political parties and the party system itself into complete disarray There was a shuffling of party personnel with multiple crossovers between parties Most parties now have a fair sprinkling of former Congress members leaving the Congress itself substantially emaciated Second the electoral scene in AP has just been crowded with a couple of new players and in future it could look increasingly like its southern counterparts Tamil Nadu and Kerala Third thanks to the proactive role of the Election Commission there was a sizeable increase in new voters More importantly more than 16 per cent of the total electorate is in the 18 to 25 age bracket These three changes together pushed political parties hard Parties had to both recalibrate and reposition themselves and this was most visible in the nature of the electioneering As in other parts of the country electioneering went through a series of changes affecting the voter-party relationship and interaction The more prominent changes include the increasing reliance on both technology and marketing techniques for political communication Nearly all political parties have an online presence and today the use of social media to reach out to the public is almost considered passé Technology savvy and more importantly resource rich parties like the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) also used 3D holographic projection technology extensively to beam public addresses of their respective leaders across multiple locations simultaneously Some of the parties were also reported to have used specialised constituency management software to centrally manage the entire electioneering process The TDP also experimented with an Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) not only to reach out to the voters but for candidate selection itself Like business enterprises parties in the state also regularly used “market intelligence” in the form of surveys to not only assess themselves but also obtain information about what voters wanted Many individual leaders reportedly held polls in their respective constituencies to gauge public opinion on the popularity of parties before crossing over Technology and political marketing techniques individualised both the campaign and the message At the same time they further downgraded the importance of the party organisation But we do not know whether the organisation stepped down due to new trends in electioneering or whether it is because of another feature which Andhra shares with other parts of the country — the leader-centric nature of its political parties All the state-based parties including the TDP TRS Jai Samaikyandhra Party (JSP) Jana Sena Party YSR Congress party All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) are distinctly tied to the particular leaders The polity-wide parties are not an exception to this trend; the only difference is that the Congress and the BJP are bound to a leadership external to the state In leader-centric parties the organisation exists only as a vestigial organ And suddenly German sociologist Robert Michels’s message “who says organisation says oligarchy” begins to ring loud and clear As the role of the organisation diminishes parties find it more expedient to implement a voter-chasing strategy than a voter-mobilising strategy Studies would argue that real electoral campaigns across the world have a mix of both these elements and fall somewhere on a continuum between these two ideal types Political scientist Robert Rohrschneider who first made this distinction notes that each of the strategies involves a trade-off between elements While chasing attempts to maximise vote share mobilising is motivated by policies While mobilising focuses on core voters chasing goes after the unaligned Chasing depends a great deal on technology while mobilising relies on history and ideology While mobilising looks to its core constituencies chasing emphasises leaders A comparison of the party positions and the campaign in Telangana and AP will highlight the chasing strategy In Telangana parties/ alliances wanted exclusive credit for the formation of the new state Most manifestos had something for the so-called martyrs of Telangana However the relevant parties repositioned themselves in Andhra where their main focus was on blaming others for the division of the state This works only with an unwritten don’t ask don’t tell agreement among parties An examination of other promises also brings out the demand-driven orientation The TRS first promised to have a Dalit as chief minister and a Muslim as deputy CM It conveniently ignored this promise until very late in the campaign when it resurrected the Muslim-as-deputy CM plank The TDP pushed for a backward caste CM while the Congress increased the pool of potential CMs to include women During the campaign in AP the TDP said that there would be two deputy CMs including one from a backward caste and another from the Kapus The campaign was obviously catering to specific audiences The distinctive feature was that parties were not mobilising their core constituencies but aiming to attract converts and the unaligned When parties prefer to cater to the market and rely more on technology and leaders for political communication will there be space for party organisations Without an organisation will it still be a party The writer is with the department of political science University of Hyderabad express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News The ministry of tribal affairs is (or should be) competent enough to give us an idea of their status and a list of schemes applicable to them. But one good thing about the ball is that it remains harder for longer, Oh, The film also stars National award winning actor Manoj Joshi, Dork by night !! All this salivating isn’t about the last of his double hundreds of course. Vijay Shankar.

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